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In Europe this was not the case. It was seen as a window of opportunity (a 'New Age'), without the constraints of the Cold War ('Old Age'), to resolve problems that had plagued Europe since the demise of the Roman Empire. However, it soon became clear that many of these problems, that had laid dormant during the 'Old Age', were still, very much, in existence....


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